Do you have that feeling when you want to know more about the Nurburgring and fancy watching a film at the same time? Well now you can. Continue Reading
Roborace is documenting the ‘process of bringing together the world’s first A.I. driverless racing series’. Chief Design Officer and automotive futurist Daniel Simon applies the finishing touches to the Robocar in preparation for wind tunnel testing with the help of Williams Advanced Engineering. The Series is set to launch in 2017. Continue Reading
Forty years ago today, James Hunt won the Formula 1™ World Championship with McLaren. In commemoration, they revisit Japan’s atmospheric Fuji Speedway circuit to capture the thrilling conclusion of the 1976 F1 season.
McLaren Honda haven’t been at the top of their game in recent years, which is especially difficult for a team with incredibly high standards. Those high standards have been responsible for some truly great achievements in F1, which is why watchmaker and sponsorship partner Richard Mille have released a beautiful short film capturing some key moments over the past 50 years. Continue Reading
Thanks to the guys at Petrolicious, Former Porsche works driver Derek Bell has been filmed driving the Targa Florio-winning 718 RS 60 on the Targa Florio course in Italy. Famed for it’s 800+ corners, multiple hairpins and imminent danger at every turn, the former Grand Prix circuit is still cherished in Sicily. Continue Reading
This short film tells the story of one of the most important Formula 1 cars of all time – The introduction of the Carbon Fibre chassis. John Barnard – the lead engineer behind the development of the car talks us through it. Continue Reading
Ahead of this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix, Danny Ricciardo was lucky enough to try out Australian V8 champion Jamie Whincup’s car. Being down under, the Triple Eight Project Sandman V8 Supercar came with a roof-rack and surfboard, obviously… Continue Reading